Night Out is a fun event to meet your neighbors, and organize your neighborhood against crime, and the citywide picnic takes place this year Aug. 3.
City officials want neighbors to begin organizing their block party and sign up for this summertime celebration of Crime Free Neighborhoods.
Nearly 1,200 blocks participated in Night Out events last year, and the city is expecting even more neighborhoods to participate this year.
Crime Prevention coordinator Terrie Johnston, of the Seattle Police West Precinct, encourages the curious to e-mail her at firstname.lastname@example.org or call her at 684-4741 with any questions.
For more information visit www.seattle.gov/police/Nightout/default.htm.
Career fair Friday
United Indians' Pathways to Prosperity Program will host a career resources fair and panel discussion Friday, June 18. Recruiters and human resource representatives will provide advice to job seekers, present tips on being competitive in any job search and in the application process, how to network effectively and much more.
To date, confirmed participants represent Airport Jobs, City of Tacoma, El Centro de la Raza, King County Adult and Juvenile Detention, King County Public Health, NAVSEA, ORION, Port of Seattle, Safeway, Seattle Department of Transportation, Shoreline Community College, Social Security Administration, Sound Transit Police, Suquamish Tribe, Valley Cities, Washington Department of Social and Health Services.
The event is open to the public and will provide insights for those who seek employment opportunities with local area agencies and companies.
When: Friday, June 18
Location: Daybreak Star Indian Cultural Center
Time: 9:30 a.m. - 2 p.m.
Cost: FREE. Sorry, no childcare will be provided.
For more information, contact Machell Louis at email@example.com or 206-829-2209. [[In-content Ad]]